Schools have taken their fight for fairer funding to the most famous front door in the country – 10 Downing Street.
In today’s Crawley Observer a desperate race against time has begun to save a 10-year-old boy who has been diagnosed with an inoperable rare brain tumour. Little Sumner Malik fell ill just a few weeks ago and within days his devastated family was told the only treatment available was radiotherapy.
Also in today’s Observer Southern passengers have been ‘badly let down’ by the Government’s failure to properly structure and enforce rail franchise agreements, according to a damning report from MPs.
In the East Grinstead Gazette if you love your town, get out and vote!
That’s the call from East Grinstead Town Council leader, councillor Rex Whittaker who urges every resident to vote ‘yes’ to the proposed Neighbourhood Plan in tomorrow’s referendum,
In sport Crawley Town’s on-loan defender Alex Davey would love to stay at Reds pemanently.
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